“Sound of Freedom” ranked first at the box office on its opening day in U.S. theaters on July 4.
The survey indicated that 48% consider the Catholic Church to be the most credible institution, while the Ortega presidency has only 26% credibility.
On Sunday, July 9, Father Fernando Zamora Silva was reportedly “arbitrarily arrested” in the city of Managua where he was visiting.
Bishop Américo Aguiar, an auxiliary bishop of Lisbon, made the statement July 6 in an interview with RTP Notícias.
The Ortega dictatorship canceled the legal personhood and confiscated the assets of the Sisters of the Fraternity of the Poor Ones of Jesus Christ.
“Obviously, this is one more provocation from the Sandinista dictatorship against the Nicaraguan Catholic Church,” a Nicaraguan researcher said.
A young Colombian mother shared her testimony regarding her feminist past and recounted how now she defends the right to life of the unborn.
A tower at a church in southern Peru has collapsed due to a series of earthquakes there in recent days.
Birgit Kelle told EWTN Noticias that her association represents “many orthodox Catholics who are concerned about the Synodal Way and its decisions.”
According to the Nicaraguan media, the police justified the takeover of the school by stating that they must review the school’s documentation.
The Nicaraguan National Police published a statement May 27 accusing the Catholic Church of various crimes including money laundering.
The Men’s Rosary was held in various cities in Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Ecuador, Paraguay, and more.
Bishop Marco Antonio Cortez Lara called it a shame when governments “get lost in these tangles of ideologies and sacrifice the person for the structures.”
Father Kenny Fernández Delgado, a priest of the Archdiocese of Havana, shared a series of tweets about his difficulties reaching the people he serves.
Researcher and lawyer Martha Patricia Molina on May 3 presented the third installment of her report “Nicaragua: A Persecuted Church?”
The superior of Father Marko Rupnik, a Jesuit priest and artist accused of sexually abusing numerous nuns, said Rupnik owned 90% of a company.
More than 100,000 people participated April 15 in the Parade for Life and Family, in the city of Arequipa, Peru.
Auxiliary Bishop Silvio Báez of Managua, Nicaragua responded to new verbal attacks of the country's bishops by Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega.
Bishop Stephen Chow of Hong Kong arrived yesterday in Beijing, the capital of China, amid some tensions between the Asian giant and the Vatican.
In a new attack against the Catholic Church, the dictatorship of President Daniel Ortega expelled three nuns from Nicaragua.